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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Aravindha Sametha (2018) Trivikram Srinivas and NTR present an engaging, introspective story of the messy faction wars.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Oct 11, 2018
No Score Yet Nota (2018) In some stretches, like how people and government machinery are mobilised during floods, the film strikes a chord. But, for the most part, it's incoherent.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Oct 5, 2018
No Score Yet Tej I Love U (2018) If you make a list of clichés that we normally come across in the 'family entertainers' and put most of them into a script, top it up with some lacklustre execution, it would end up like Tej I Love You.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2018
No Score Yet Sardaar Gabbar Singh (2016) There's only so much attention these crowd-pleasing moments can hold in the absence of a taut screenplay.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jun 26, 2018
No Score Yet Naa Nuvve (2018) For all that talk of destiny and the question 'what if?', I ended up wondering 'what if they had a better storyline? Wouldn't it have been worth the effort?'‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jun 14, 2018
100% Bharat Ane Nenu (2018) Bharat Ane Nenu deserves a thumbs up for its well thought out plot and nuanced characters.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Apr 24, 2018
No Score Yet Chal Mohan Ranga (Chal Mohana Ranga) (2018) It looks like a love story that isn't new but can make for an entertaining film. But there's something about the way it's narrated and how the characters are fleshed out that feels off. ‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Apr 5, 2018
No Score Yet Rangasthalam (2018) Rangasthalam is descriptive like a novel. Stay with the languid pace, for there are several aspects to savour.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Apr 2, 2018
No Score Yet Touch Chesi Chudu (2018) This Ravi Teja starrer directed by Vikram Sirikonda is a pointless snooze fest.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Feb 15, 2018
No Score Yet Bhaagamathie (2018) Bhaagamathie is a well-constructed deceit that could have been even better had it not played safe.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jan 26, 2018
No Score Yet Agnyaathavaasi: Prince in Exile (2018) It takes us back to the line in the film about repeating old ideas. An old idea or a story is fine, but is it too much ask for some coherence?‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jan 12, 2018
No Score Yet MCA Middle Class Abbayi (Telugu) (2017) For well over an hour, Middle Class Abbayi is a lot of fun.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Dec 21, 2017
No Score Yet Jawaan (2017) Jawaan talks a lot about patriotism, putting your country ahead of you and your family and if needed be willing to stake your life...what the film doesn't have is an intelligent story and screenplay to back this up.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Dec 5, 2017
60% The Ghazi Attack (2017) Ghazi stays true to its genre, not giving in to mainstream commercial elements. That itself is commendable, considering we get very few of that kind in Telugu cinema. ‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Nov 14, 2017
100% Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) For the most part, The Conclusion doesn't let us take our eyes off the screen. It's designed to be a cinematic celebration, one that deserves to be watched on the largest screen possible.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Oct 31, 2017
2.5/5 No Score Yet Sarrainodu (2016) It's fine to play to the gallery, but is it too much to ask for a fresh storyline?‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2017
67% Kabali (2016) Kabali offers many moments to savour, and some gutsy ones at that as Ranjith doesn't pander much to the fandom. But did that also become the film's undoing? If only the storytelling had been gripping enough to make up for that.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jul 25, 2016
No Score Yet A Aa (2016) A... Aa has its heart at the right place and lends itself to a pleasing watch.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jul 4, 2016
No Score Yet Thoongaavanam (Thoonga Vanam) (2015) An assured debut by director Rajesh M. Selva.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Apr 19, 2016
No Score Yet Bruce Lee-The Fighter (2015) Ram Charan dances like a dream, as always, and shows marked improvement as an actor. But what he needs is a project that will not belittle the huge fan base in the garb of masala.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Oct 19, 2015
No Score Yet Rudhramadevi (2015) There are several shortcomings, but Gunasekhar piques the interest to go back and read up more about this warrior queen.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Oct 12, 2015
No Score Yet Srimanthudu (2015) The social consciousness comes coated with commercially viable ingredients and still makes for an engaging watch.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Aug 13, 2015
92% Baahubali: The Beginning (2015) If a spellbinding saga is what you go looking for, some portions can leave you underwhelmed. The writing could have been better. Yet, there's so much to root for.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jul 10, 2015
No Score Yet S/o Satyamurthy (2015) The film's biggest undoing is its length. A trimmer version would be far more engaging.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2015
No Score Yet Kerintha (2015) Kerintha is a clean, entertaining one-time watch if you like campus stories.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jun 16, 2015
100% Vishwaroopam (2013) Sanu Varghese's spectacular cinematography becomes as important as the actors in this thriller.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted May 15, 2015
No Score Yet Thuppakki (2012) Vijay is in good form, coming up with a mature and restrained performance where required. He is in his elements in the dance sequences and proves he is one of the best dancers in South Indian cinema.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Apr 28, 2015
No Score Yet Atharintiki Daaredi (2013) When we begin to wonder how far this film will go with its wafer-thin storyline, the director ensures the audience is given plenty of laugh-aloud moments.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Apr 14, 2015